13 Hydrogen fuel cell buses ordered for the Foothill Transit fleet

November 18, 2021

The Californian public transportation service has ordered another thirteen zero-emission buses.

Foothill Transit in California has ordered thirteen zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell buses from New Flyer of America Inc (NFI).

The order was for the Xcelsior CHARGE H2 40-foot heavy-duty transit buses.

The order for the hydrogen fuel cell buses is supported by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds. This most recent order is on top of the initial order Foothill Transit placed for 20 fuel cell electric vehicles last month. The Foothill Transit service is based in West Covina California. It already has a large electric bus fleet and offers fixed-route service through the Pomona and San Gabriel Valleys.

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